Sharp drop in hospitalizations | VAT News

Quebec has 1,493 people positive for COVID-19 in its hospitals, including 51 patients in intensive care. In addition, 12 deaths are added to the balance sheet. THE SITUATION IN QUEBEC AS OF MAY 20, 2022 – 1,060,657 people infected (+612*) – 15,338 deaths (+12) – 1493 people hospitalized *72 entries *141 outputs – 51 people … Read more

Pediatric hepatitis of unknown origin: the SARS-CoV-2 hypothesis

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Interview: what are the effective treatments for hepatitis C? Hepatitis C is an infectious disease that is transmitted mainly through contact with contaminated blood. In the long term, it can cause cirrhosis of the liver. The Institut Pasteur explains to us in this video how research could treat … Read more

COVID killed between 13 and 17 million at the end of 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic was responsible for the death of 13 to 17 million people at the end of 2021, far more than the official death toll, according to a new WHO estimate released Thursday. These highly anticipated figures give a more realistic idea of ​​the devastating effects – including indirect ones – of the worst … Read more

Covid long: persistent symptoms months after the first wave | Newsroom

Sorry, this article is only available in English. Participants completed several questionnaires about their symptoms © Adobe Stock Several months after being infected with SARS-CoV-2, symptoms persist in some patients. We are talking about a long Covid or a “post-Covid” state. Still poorly understood, this phenomenon is now carefully studied by scientists in order to … Read more

Covid long: persistent symptoms months after the first wave | Press room

Participants completed several questionnaires about their symptoms © Adobe Stock Several months after being infected with SARS-CoV-2, symptoms persist in some patients. We are talking about a long Covid or a “post-Covid” state. Still poorly understood, this phenomenon is now carefully studied by scientists in order to enrich knowledge on the subject and to offer … Read more

Georgia: bacteria that could save millions of lives

It may seem strange during a pandemic that has killed millions and turned the world upside down, but a certain type of virus, bacteriophages, could save just as many lives. The Georgiasmall country of Caucasusis at the forefront of research on bacterial resistance to antibiotics. A long time neglected in the Westthe bacteriophagesor bacteria-eating viruses, … Read more

Bacteriophages, viruses that could save millions of lives

It may seem strange during a pandemic that has killed millions and turned the world upside down, but a certain type of virus, bacteriophages, could save just as many lives. Georgia, a small country in the Caucasus, is at the forefront of research on bacterial resistance to antibiotics. Long overlooked in the West, bacteriophages, or … Read more